The Complete Guide To Working With A Lab
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The Complete Guide To Working With A Lab

January 1, 2007 | Mike Stensvold
Photo labs aren't just for film shooters, by a long shot
Air Travel And Carrying On Gear
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Air Travel And Carrying On Gear

January 1, 2007 | Bob Krist
A few things to help deal with the current clear and present carry-on hassles
Digital Basics For Outdoor Photography
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Digital Basics For Outdoor Photography

January 1, 2007 | By George Lepp
Image Capture • Optimize • LCD Viewing • Share
New Life For Older Images
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New Life For Older Images

January 1, 2007 | Text & Photography By William Neill
Don't let digital technology overshadow your film archive
The Myth Of Protective Underexposure
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The Myth Of Protective Underexposure

January 1, 2007 | Rob Sheppard
Hamlet's new D-SLR dilemma: to underexpose or not to underexpose?
10 Creative Winter Jump Starts
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10 Creative Winter Jump Starts

January 1, 2007 | Text And Photography By Sparky Stensaas
Keep your photographic eye sharp by exploring the winter world
Common Digital Problems & Their Solutions
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Common Digital Problems & Their Solutions

January 1, 2007 | Rob Sheppard
Make digital work for you with these easy-to-use tips that solve typical challenges faced in the digital darkroom
Gadget Bag: Weather Tamers
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Gadget Bag: Weather Tamers

January 1, 2007 | Jon Sienkiewicz
Dramatic weather makes for dramatic photos, but you need to protect your camera for the conditions
Sigma SD14
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Sigma SD14

January 1, 2007 | By Staff
Sigma's latest D-SLR delivers better color and performance
Glen Helen Nature Preserve, Ohio
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Glen Helen Nature Preserve, Ohio

January 1, 2007 | Text And Photography By Dave Fischer

Situated in the village of Yellow Springs about 20 miles east of Dayton in southwestern Ohio, Glen Helen Nature Preserve is an uncommonly beautiful and pristine parcel of land that’s safeguarded as a laboratory for the observation, study and enjoyment of natural ecological processes. Within it, all wildlife, vegetation and rock formations are protected. The preserve consists of approximately 1,000 acres—more than 20 miles of often challenging hiking trails through hills and valleys, two scenic creeks, an attractive waterfall known as the Cascades, several springs (including Yellow Spring, after which the village is named), an enchanting pine forest, and many limestone rock formations and ledges. This spectacular landscape was created by glacial meltwaters around 10,000 years ago.

Planning For Spring
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Planning For Spring

January 1, 2007 | Bill Campbell
Discover the diverse photo opportunities in the southern Appalachians
Alaska Adventure
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Alaska Adventure

January 1, 2007 | By Staff
For intrepid photographers, Alaska is still the gold standard for untamed landscape and wildlife photography

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